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Tag Archives: Patrick Jouin
Who better than Murray to have strong opinions on what will be considered iconic and classic design in 2050. And who better than Julie Lasky from the NY Times to ask him. Read all about it here.
OMG, is that Alain Ducasse? Being photographed at Moss for his new book about 150 fabulous places in New York?
YES! It truly is. Ducasse, the French uber chef, who works often with our pal, the equally uber Patrick Jouin, visited today and was photographed all over the store. Here he’s standing next to the Studio Job Tower of cast bronze pots and talking to Murray about cream sauces and the need for vast amounts of butter at all times. The book, J’aime New York , will come out in the fall next year. Look for it at your favorite French bookshop.
Read all about Murray and the V&A (again) but this time it’s the Independent (a rather big deal London newspaper) which has suddenly discovered the wonderful world of 3D printing. And they are REALLY into it. Click on the pic to go. Or click here to go to the Full Story on the Mother Ship.